Research suggests ping pong can help Alzheimer’s patients, but these folks just want to play — and win

John Piper

Residents at a midtown Toronto retirement home are taking up ping pong in a big way. Staff at the home say it helps with their co-ordination and balance, and some research even suggests ping pong might ward off the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

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